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"Hoppy, Bill Elliott and me is plumb dis-gusted with this world setchegation today. 
We need more real cowboy heroes to clean up this mess! Stop your bitchin', panhandlin' and fightin' and git to work! "

"Hoppy, Bill Elliott and me is plumb dis-gusted with this world setchegation today.
We need more real cowboy heroes to clean up this mess! Stop your bitchin', panhandlin' and fightin' and git to work! "

William S. Hart shows the colt he thinks was owed by Billy the Kid to Johnny Mack Brown during a break in the 1930 filming of King Vidor's "Billy the Kid". Hart was technical advisor on the film.

William S. Hart shows the colt he thinks was owed by Billy the Kid to Johnny Mack Brown during a break in the 1930 filming of King Vidor's "Billy the Kid". Hart was technical advisor on the film.

Ray "Crash" Corrigan with his son Tom.

Ray "Crash" Corrigan with his son Tom.

Bob Meyer, Tom Aguilar, Ed Fernandez, Rand Brooks and Frank Galindo at a Western party hosted by the Galindos.

Bob Meyer, Tom Aguilar, Ed Fernandez, Rand Brooks and Frank Galindo at a Western party hosted by the Galindos.

Smiley Burnette with the singing Whipoorwills who starred with Smiley on his transcribed 15 minute RadiOzark programs. (L-R) Chief announcer/assistant program director Joe Slattery, and Whipoosrwills, Arthur Dalton, Dusty Rhoads, Smiley, Roy Lanham, Gene Monbeck and Sweet Georgia Brown.

Smiley Burnette with the singing Whipoorwills who starred with Smiley on his transcribed 15 minute RadiOzark programs. (L-R) Chief announcer/assistant program director Joe Slattery, and Whipoosrwills, Arthur Dalton, Dusty Rhoads, Smiley, Roy Lanham, Gene Monbeck and Sweet Georgia Brown.

Jim Shoulders, former rodeo great from Henryetta, OK, and Yakima Canutt admire a saddle at the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City in December 1976.

Jim Shoulders, former rodeo great from Henryetta, OK, and Yakima Canutt admire a saddle at the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City in December 1976.

Clowning around, Max Terhune says, "Hold it right there, this is a hold-up", as he poses in front of the Stone theatre in Washington, D.C. during his personal appearance days.

Clowning around, Max Terhune says, "Hold it right there, this is a hold-up", as he poses in front of the Stone theatre in Washington, D.C. during his personal appearance days.

Rory Calhoun and Jack Elam at a Golden Boot Awards ceremony.

Rory Calhoun and Jack Elam at a Golden Boot Awards ceremony.

A barefooted Eric Fleming ("Rawhide") does a little research at home.

A barefooted Eric Fleming ("Rawhide") does a little research at home.

C'mon Hoss, ain't NO WAY you're going to fit in that car!

C'mon Hoss, ain't NO WAY you're going to fit in that car!

There were 500 guests at Hearst Castle's "Greatest Show on Earth" party in 1937. Hearst borrowed a carousel from Warner Bros.' Jack Warner and set it up under a huge circus tent. Just a few of the guests: standing— Cary Grant, Lionel Atwill, Leslie Howard, a drum major, Randolph Scott, Big Boy Williams. Front row—Johnny Mack Brown, actress Mary Carlisle, director Ernst Lubitsch.

There were 500 guests at Hearst Castle's "Greatest Show on Earth" party in 1937. Hearst borrowed a carousel from Warner Bros.' Jack Warner and set it up under a huge circus tent. Just a few of the guests: standing— Cary Grant, Lionel Atwill, Leslie Howard, a drum major, Randolph Scott, Big Boy Williams. Front row—Johnny Mack Brown, actress Mary Carlisle, director Ernst Lubitsch.

Sunset Carson at the 1982 Memphis, Tennessee Film Festival.

Sunset Carson at the 1982 Memphis, Tennessee Film Festival.

Clara Bow holds up a confirming document that she and Rex Bell were sceretly married in Las Vegas, NV, on December 3, 1931.

Clara Bow holds up a confirming document that she and Rex Bell were sceretly married in Las Vegas, NV, on December 3, 1931.

James Drury congratulates Clint Walker at the 15th annual Golden Boot Awards.

James Drury congratulates Clint Walker at the 15th annual Golden Boot Awards.

Ailing 77 year old Western legend Denver Pyle is congratulated by actress Michelle Stafford as Denver gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Denver died several months later on December 25, 1997.

Ailing 77 year old Western legend Denver Pyle is congratulated by actress Michelle Stafford as Denver gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Denver died several months later on December 25, 1997.

Bill Elliott introduces his horse Thunder to Mardi Boyne during the Sheriff's Rodeo and Congress of Rough Riders in L.A. in September, 1945.

Bill Elliott introduces his horse Thunder to Mardi Boyne during the Sheriff's Rodeo and Congress of Rough Riders in L.A. in September, 1945.

Not sure who seven of these cowpokes are, but you can certainly spot
Tom Mix and Buck Jones.

Not sure who seven of these cowpokes are, but you can certainly spot
Tom Mix and Buck Jones.

"The Adventures of Don Coyote" ('47) was produced by Charles "Buddy" Rogers (left) and starred Richard Martin (right) better known as Chito in the Tim Holt B-Westerns.

"The Adventures of Don Coyote" ('47) was produced by Charles "Buddy" Rogers (left) and starred Richard Martin (right) better known as Chito in the Tim Holt B-Westerns.

Allan "Rocky" Lane paid Alabama head coach Harold "Red" Drew a visit at a practice game as the Crimson Tide prepared for Tennessee. Johnny Dee, former Notre Dame athlete and Bama's basketball coach is on the right.

Allan "Rocky" Lane paid Alabama head coach Harold "Red" Drew a visit at a practice game as the Crimson Tide prepared for Tennessee. Johnny Dee, former Notre Dame athlete and Bama's basketball coach is on the right.

Two Buckeyes play golf...Clark Gable and Roy Rogers.

Two Buckeyes play golf...Clark Gable and Roy Rogers.

Birds of a feather flock together at the 1986 Golden Boot Awards...Iron Eyes Cody and Pat Buttram.

Birds of a feather flock together at the 1986 Golden Boot Awards...Iron Eyes Cody and Pat Buttram.

Fred MacMurray received a Golden Boot in 1986. Seen here with his wife June.

Fred MacMurray received a Golden Boot in 1986. Seen here with his wife June.

A well done photo montage of two Western greats at the 1986 Golden Boot Awards. 
James Arness and Amanda Blake, Clayton Moore with his wife Connie.

A well done photo montage of two Western greats at the 1986 Golden Boot Awards.
James Arness and Amanda Blake, Clayton Moore with his wife Connie.

"Trackdown" TV star Robert Culp and his date, actress/composer Carol Connors, arrive at the Aquarius Theatre (Hollywood) opening of "Ain't Misbehavin'" in 1980.

"Trackdown" TV star Robert Culp and his date, actress/composer Carol Connors, arrive at the Aquarius Theatre (Hollywood) opening of "Ain't Misbehavin'" in 1980.

A nervous, nail-biting Jack Palance on his way to the Hollywood premiere of his film "Young Guns" in 1988.

A nervous, nail-biting Jack Palance on his way to the Hollywood premiere of his film "Young Guns" in 1988.

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